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you can try doing cogswap with the gameshark, you are only gonna do it once, so its not a big problem, you are not gonna kill your lens for doing it once, you only need to do it fast
Well if their console is a FAT one, they might be able to install The PS1 Exploit first with the gameshark, then run the exploit to install FMCB.
Check out the AR Max non EVO tut......But Gameshark isnt reliable enough to make a FMCB tutorial.
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Could either of you guys expand on what you're saying? I'm willing to try almost anything.
short and simple version:
gameshark is worthless. at minimum, borrow a codebreaker 8.1 or newer or an action replay max.
well if your willing to take the top off your ps2 or have some other way of swapping out the gameshark for the installer cd...but you wont be able to stop the disc from spinning your just gonna have to grab it and switch it with the installer cd meanwhile the cd drive is trying to spin the cd lol....iv'e done this with the armax disc so in thereoy if you swap it out and press start game without codes it should think the gs disc is still in the ps2 and boot it because of the false lba......and no one say this doesnt work with armax i used to do tests on this trying to boot backups back in the days before fmcb and esr it never got anywhere all i found was i could boot ps2 emulator discs this way.
Hi again, I have been looking around for a Codebreaker/AR/whatever.
I found this codebreaker for cheap, but can anybody tell me what version it is?
Also, will this version of Codebreaker work? I couldn't find any version number attached to it.
that looks like a pre version 7 disc. put it in your console, boot it up and press select. that will give you a version number.
other than that, go to gamestop. they have a current version that will work. remember, you need 8.1 or newer.
side note: why do people expect us to know what version a program is with a picture of a disc? wtf?
Sorry, I wasn't nearly as concerned about the version number as to whether or not it would work.